Night-time public transport is under discussion in Rome 22 - 24 April at an international forum being held to compare the experiences of cities worldwide. With ever more people working in shifts around the clock, and with places of entertainment remaining open until late, there is a growing need for more and better transport. The meeting is organised by the city council and two French institutes, la Ville en Mouvement and la Maison du Temps di Belfort-Besancon.
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